October 30 2014 Latest news:
If I had any mental picture of the entrance way to Cecil Sharp House, Regent’s Park Road, NW1, it was of something rather dry and gloomy, of being flanked by dark trees as one made a hesitant progress towards the non-obvious front door. It certainly was not of a vibrant flower bed.
To celebrate the re-launch of Crouch End Virgin Active Health Club, we are offering two readers the chance to win a free yearlong membership at the club.
After struggling to avert your eye from the confectionery stand, your gaze takes you to the magazine rack as you wait in the queue of any newsagents worth its salt.
At least according to newspaper folklore, the trouble with even the most wonderful actors is that they are typically the trickiest people to interview.
Choosing a secondary school is hard, even for the most competitive parent-child teams. There are academic queries, state or independent considerations and swimming pool conundrums. Then there is the seemingly eternal question of co-education or single-sex.
As the UK economy begins to show signs of recovery, the pressure on large and small businesses alike is starting to subside. The benefits of austerity, however, aren’t extending enough to the young and unemployed, as a recent report by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills reveals.
The mindful revolution continues, quietly. Across the country, school pupils and business leaders are being taught to focus on the present.
Most people have trouble balancing a hectic work schedule, commute and social life. For those with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), also known as myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) this balance has to be completely re-addressed.
As the wheels of technology spin ever faster, parents are facing up to the terrifying prospect that soon their children will know far more than them.
Fiona Stewart can look at the astronomic growth of the UK’s festival scene with a measure of pride.
A poet returned to her old school to help children create edible art by writing on flying saucers and fruity mints.
Officials in charge of the High Speed 2 rail project withdrew a “grossly misleading” advert following a complaint to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) by a Camden campaigner.
Actress and Loose Women presenter Lynda Bellingham, who was battling cancer, died yesterday in her husband’s arms, her agent has confirmed.
It’s a fact of life that you can never have enough shoes. The opportunity to increase the size of your collection is especially tantalising when a free pair is on the cards.